When you choose homestay over student residences you really get to know the place. Living with a host family allows you to truly live and breathe your new city. Our hosts will provide you with all the local knowledge you need to help you settle in quickly and comfortably.
Looking for accommodation for a few weeks or months whilst on a short-term English language course can be difficult to organise from your home country. Monthly rentals can be hard to secure without proper documentation, deposits can be high and references difficult to arrange. With Warm Welcome there is no deposit to pay and a 4-week payment plan option with meals or no meals included can help spread the cost. When you compare the cost with private rental or Airbnb, Warm Welcome homestay provides excellent value for your money.
Most hosts provide breakfast and evening meal as part of the package and sitting down together to eat a meal each evening offers you the perfect opportunity to sample the local food and brush up on your English language skills. You can offer to make dinner for your host one evening and introduce them to your home cooking. People truly bond over food!
Moving to a new college or university can be a daunting experience. You’ll be in unfamiliar territory and missing family and friends especially if it’s your first time away from home. Combat homesickness with a homestay and you’ll be home from home straightaway. Your host family will be there to welcome you and help answer all the questions you’ll have – the best way to get to school, where to shop, places to visit and things to do…
Warm Welcome Homestays has an amazing choice of hosts in fantastic homes across Birmingham from Mike in Moseley to Shazeha in Sutton Coldfield, we'll help find the right homestay for you.
Founder and Managing Director of Warm Welcome Homestays - Birmingham born and bred, English Language Teacher and long track-record of working with students, homestay hosts and language schools in the UK and overseas, including living and working in Asia for a number of years.